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A Tourist’s Guide to Love – Netflix Movie Review

A Tourist's Guide to Love

If you’re looking for a fun new romantic comedy to watch on Netflix, check out A Tourist’s Guide to Love. The film stars Rachael Leigh Cook and will hit the streaming service on April 27th 2023.

The film is written by Eirene Donohue, who uses her own travels in Vietnam as inspiration for the story. Steven Tsuchida is directing, and Jim Head of Head First Productions produces.

Starring Rachael Leigh Cook

Rachael Leigh Cook is a former child model who has appeared in numerous print advertisements and public service announcements. She was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and started acting at the age of 15.

She has starred in films such as She’s All That and Josie and the Pussycats (2001) and has also voiced characters in video games for the “Final Fantasy” and “Star Wars: The Old Republic” franchises. She is also known for her “This Is Your Brain on Drugs” PSA television advertisement in which she destroys a kitchen with a frying pan to raise awareness about the dangerous effects of heroin.

A Tourist’s Guide to Love – Netflix Movie

Rachael Leigh Cook is set to star in Netflix’s new romantic comedy A Tourist’s Guide to Love. The film will be released on April 27th 2023. She will also be serving as the film’s producer. She will be joined by Scott Ly, Missi Pyle, Ben Feldman, Glynn Sweet, Alexa Povah and Jacqueline Correa.

Director Steven K. Tsuchida

The Netflix rom-com A Tourist’s Guide to Love, starring Rachael Leigh Cook and Scott Ly, was directed by Steven K. Tsuchida. He has also worked on movies such as Cobra Kai, New Girl, Nora From Queens and Resort to Love.

The film’s plot centers on Amanda (Cook), a travel executive who goes undercover to learn about the tourism industry in Vietnam after an unexpected breakup throws her into a spiral. There, she meets charismatic and freewheeling expat guide Sinh (Scott Ly), who shows Amanda and her fellow travelers that adventure – and love – can be found off the beaten path.

In addition to Cook, A Tourist’s Guide to Love will feature Emmy-nominated Ben Feldman, Missi Pyle, Glynn Sweet, Alexa Povah, Jacqueline Correa, Nondumiso Tembe, Andrew Barth Feldman and Morgan Lynee Dudley. The movie is set to debut April 27, 2023 globally on Netflix.

The film is written by Eirene Tran Donohue and was directed by Steven K. Tsuchida. Jim Head of Head First Productions will produce the film along with Joel S Rice and Lydia Storie of Muse Entertainment.

Release Date April 27th 2023

Netflix has released a few set photos from its upcoming romantic comedy, A Tourist’s Guide to Love. Starring Rachel Leigh Cook (He’s All That, Love Guaranteed) and Scott Ly (EastEnders), the movie will release globally on April 27th 2023.

Directed by Steven K. Tsuchida, A Tourist’s Guide to Love will also star Missi Pyle, Ben Feldman, Glynn Sweet, Alexa Povah, Jacqueline Correa, Nondumiso Tembe, Andrew Barth Feldman and Morgan Lynee Dudley. The film will be shot entirely in Vietnam and marks the first international production to be filmed in the country since the pandemic.

Based on a popular book by Jennifer E. Smith, the film centers on two travelers who meet and fall in love despite their different nationalities. They find that a chance encounter in an airport can turn two strangers into friends, lovers and soul mates.

Synopsis

She’s All That actress Rachael Leigh Cook stars in A Tourist’s Guide to Love, the latest romcom coming to Netflix. She plays the lead role of a travel executive who accepts an assignment to go undercover and learn about the tourism industry in Vietnam.

She finds adventure and romance with her Vietnamese expat tour guide when they decide to hijack the tour bus to explore life off the beaten path. The film also stars Missi Pyle, Ben Feldman, Glynn Sweet, Alexa Povah, Jacqueline Correa, Nondumiso Tembe, Andrew Barth Feldman, Morgan Lynee Dudley and Nsut Le Thien as well as popular Vietnamese actors Nsut Truc Tran and Quinn Truc Tran.

The movie was written by Eirene Donohue and inspired by her travels to Vietnam to explore her roots. She wrote the script to honor the country’s holiday Tet, which celebrates new beginnings on January 22nd this year.

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